Check out Kellee Edwards’ ‘Dream Vacation’

By: Chris Serico
Manager - Employee Communications

[Watch now] Inspired by travel-related perks of the Verizon Visa Card, the travel icon reflects on her ultimate vacation destinations in the United States.

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This week on Up To Speed, Communications Manager Chris Serico previewed his interviews with two travel icons – former “Man vs. Food” host Adam Richman and “Kellee Set Go!” herself, Kellee Edwards – about their Dream Vacations, which were inspired by the many travel benefits of the Verizon Visa Card. And because fantasies aren’t bound by the space-time continuum, Adam and Kellee let their imaginations run wild for their ultimate 24-hour travel experiences. Check out the full interview with Kellee up above.

Verizon Visa Card helps customers earn 4 percent back on gas and groceries; 3 percent at restaurants (including takeout); 2 percent at Verizon; and 1 percent on all other purchases – including hotels. Those rewards can help Verizon customers earn Verizon dollars to pay bills, buy a new phone or cash in for travel and gift cards.

An experienced pilot and travel influencer extraordinaire, Kellee pictured starting her day in her home city of Los Angeles, then flying herself to Utah (for some luxury-adventure destinations) and Martha’s Vineyard (for some fun and sun on the beach). She added she’d “definitely bring some family friends and family for that one, because some of these places are too good to experience on your own.”

Did you also catch Adam’s Dream Vacation episode? If not (or if you want to relive his fantastic voyage), check out Verizon Visa Card presents Dream Vacations: Episode 1 with Adam Richman.

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About the author:

Chris is a member of the Verizon Public Relations team and a contributor to Up To Speed. When he's not singing a cappella or quoting vintage episodes of "The Simpsons," please give him all your burgers.

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